AFZ to showcase its RPA system at this year’s GITEX

Ajman Free Zone (AFZ) has announced its participation at this year’s edition of GITEX Technology Week. The free zone is geared up to throw the spotlight on its diverse portfolio of integrated services, innovative solutions and attractive offers for leading global companies within the IT sector. One of the innovations to be highlighted is the Robotic Process Automation System (RPA System), a new form of technology utilized to further accelerate economic growth in Ajman by attracting more international investors to take advantage of the promising opportunities offered by the UAE and regional markets.

H.E. Eng. Ali Abdulla bin Towaih AlSuwaidi, Director General of Ajman Free Zone

H.E. Eng. Ali Abdulla bin Towaih AlSuwaidi, Director General of Ajman Free Zone, pointed out the significance of utilizing innovations and technological solutions in the move to enhance work efficiency, which falls in line with UAE Vision 2021 of establishing a smart government. He further stressed that the free zone is keen on accelerating its pace of digital transformation–especially across its various operations, services, and processes to create a sound business environment that is more flexible, attractive and competitive, placing the emirate as one of the leading destinations in the regional investment map.

“During our participation at this year’s edition of GITEX Technology Week, we are looking forward to being able to present the latest innovative solutions and systems that we have developed in response to the directives issued by H.H. Sheikh Ahmed Bin Humaid Al Nuaimi, Chairman of Ajman Free Zone and in line with the vision of wise leadership to enable a smooth transition to a more efficient and effective government via the provision of reliable and integrated services and using the latest technologies to ensure an exceptional customer experience,” said H.E. Eng. Ali Abdulla bin Towaih AlSuwaidi

During their presence at the exciting five-day show, the AFZ will be highlighting its Robotic Process Automation System, which allows the automatic automation of 44 services. The move is aimed at reducing the time required to complete the service and contributes to the efforts to strategically align itself with the national objectives of utilizing Artificial Intelligence (AI) for governance and optimal organization.